August 3, 1960 ~ October 13, 2022

Born in: Beech Grove, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Steve Doss 62 of Indianapolis, passed away at home October 13, 2022. He was born August 3, 1960, in Beech Grove, IN, to Elizabeth Doss (Padgett) and James Melton Doss.

Steve worked security for the Colts and Pacers games at the Hoosier Dome.

Steve loved to spend time with his family and grandchildren also fishing with his son. He loved to watch football and cheer his Colts on, he would get loud and could be destructive to furniture if the call didn’t go right or he didn’t agree with the referee, or they were losing. He loved going to Florida and spending time on the beach.

He was a simple man and enjoyed the simple things in life. Steve had to have his hair perfect all the time carrying his brush with him. He was a lady’s man using his smile, to charm the ladies. He didn’t always have an easy life but enjoyed life. Steve fought a hard battle with sickness and put up a hard fight till his last breath.

He was preceded in death by his parents (listed above) and brother Gary Doss.

He is survived by children; Zack (Amanda), Destiny, Stevie, Cory, Chad, Miranda; sisters; Linda Bloss (Bruce), Debra Doss (Manuel); brothers; Mike Doss (Tammy), Jerry Doss; nieces and nephews; Candi, Shelby, Nancy, Jeremiah, Brandy, Crystal, Darren, Mikey, Anthony, and Nicole; 16 grandchildren and lots of great nieces and nephews; 2 uncles, Ralph Doss, Mike Padgett (Margaret)



Visitation: October 19, 2022 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226

Funeral Service: October 19, 2022 1:00 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226

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  1. May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.

    Eddie Beagles and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services

  2. Steve I’m really gonna miss you. I know your in a better place but wish I could still talk to you. We had alot of good conversations on the porch. If I’m out there talking to myself please don’t laugh…well go ahead and laugh I won’t mind. RIP friend and family.

  3. Steve, I hope you are dancing and singing up with the angels for the Lord. I hope that every family member that you loved that went before you met you at the gates and embraced and welcomed you into the Kingdom and you went running in with a smile on your face and joy in your heart. I pray that your soul is at peace and no longer in pain with the physicality and confusion in this world. I never had a good conversation with you but remember you coming down to Madison one time to spend some time for whatever reason back in ’98 I also remember visiting you in your home in Indianapolis one time. However, blood is thick, and although I didn’t know you that well, I am sorry to hear you have left your loved ones behind here on this earth but I know you will be cheering them on from the finish line. Bless you <3

  4. Steve we spent 20 years together an raised 3 kids an we was blessed with Zack you were a wonderful man I’ll always have a part in my heart for you we had alot of wonderful times an alot of sad ones but we made it thru it I’m glad your out of pain an that you get to see your mom ik that was a very painful time for you an we had an amazing son ik u loved him so much R.I.H

  5. Uncle Steve so many memories that I could put on here from being a little girl to a grown woman. I will never forget you my heart is broken into pieces but all I can think about is that you are in a better place now with no pain I know you’re up there surrounded by all your loved ones that has passed before you and I know you are not suffering anymore that’s only thing that’s keeping me sane right now. You will always be in my heart and memories you may be gone but never forgotten so for now RIP Uncle Steve until we meet again. Love you Uncle Steve😭💔❤

  6. Oh Steve I don’t even know where to begin. I never realized how much I would miss you. Man the jokes we would come with. How I’ll miss our little arguments when I was giving you your shot every month.. Helping you relearn to swim. Remembering you moving closer to me so I would make you dinner every night lol. Helping my mom take care of you the first time you moved in. I love you steve . R.I.P

  7. Brother I love you and I miss you so much. We been together all of our lives and loosing you has left a hole in my heart. I love you Steve, your little sister Debbie.

  8. Well Brother, you are gone way too soon!!! we have not seen or talked to one another in quite a while but, we use to have some good times together years ago. I know you are up there cutting up with Gary and you both are done suffering now. RIP MY FRIEND AND BROTHER IN LIFE.

  9. Steve we was not able to be as close as we should have been. but I always Loved you and thought of you often I will miss you very much I so enjoyed the last day we spent together I Love you brother Brother

  10. Until we meet again Steve , I will carry you in my heart and all the good times we shared, I’m gonna Miss all the little jokes you whispered and made me laugh out loud not always at the appropriate time ,, Love you More , Go Colts 💙

  11. Uncle Steve I love you more then anything man Ik you was in pain when you was alive but your in a better place with uncle Gary and we all love you so so so so much! Until we meet again love you uncle rip ❤️❤️❤️

  12. Steve, we have had some good times together and will truly miss you! I will never them! Gone way too young for sure, but no more pain. Until we meet again, love your brother Mike & family!

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